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Dec 11, 2013
IN THE NEWS (The Charlotte Observer): The Bank of America Charitable Foundation announced this week that it would be awarding $750,000 in grants to eleven nonprofits in Charlotte. The nonprofits all address critical needs such as hunger and shelter, as well as longer-term solutions that promote access to benefits and resources… learn More about Bank Of America Donates $750,000 To Charlotte Nonprofits
Dec 24, 2013
IN THE NEWS (CultureMap): For many of us the holidays are about an abundance of friends, family, gifts and food. BFF holiday lunches at Tony’s, roasted turkey with all the trimmings, cocktails and gifts of bottles of wine with little bows attached… learn More about Houston's Real Hunger Game: The Holidays Aren't So Sweet...
Oct 31, 2013
IN THE NEWS (The Seattle Times): SEATTLE _ Where to begin talking about what Rory Dunn has been through since his head was blown open that day in Fallujah? His best friend, who bled out next to him?… learn More about Dentist Gives Veterans A Reason To Smile: Free Dental Care
Jan 29, 2014
IN THE NEWS (The Charlotte Observer): Foundation for the Carolinas' proposal to turn the boarded-up Carolina Theatre on North Tryon Street into a civic meeting hall got a major boost Tuesday, when Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan revealed the bank is giving $5 million to jump-start renovation… learn More about Bank of America gives $5 million to renovate Carolina Theatre
Jan 07, 2014
Most likely, you've been asked to participate in a food drive this holiday season. It may have been through your child's school, at your workplace, your place of worship, or a food drive run by your local food bank. What you may not know is what happens after the donation is made… learn More about Not Your Mother's Food Drive